- Exercises, Drills & Training
- First Responder (Fire,EMS,Law Enforcement)
- Healthcare & Public Health
- Incident Command System & Incident Management
- Phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery
- Preparedness, Continuity & Contingency Planning
- Program Development, Assessment & Staff Management
- Workplace Safety
Job TitleFounder and Principal
CompanyOne Thirty Nine Consulting
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Exercises, Drills & TrainingDiscussion and Operations-Based HSEEP Exercises
Wargaming and Immersive Analytics
First ResponderHazardous Environment Medical Care
Festival and Large Event Paramedicine
Healthcare & Public HealthConsequence Management
Biosafety and Biosecurity
Incident Command System & Incident ManagementCivil-Military Coordination
Incident Command vs. Incident Management
Incident Management vs. Crisis Management
Core Concepts in Crisis Management
Phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, RecoveryIntegrated Emergency and Crisis Management
Becoming Crisis Ready
Preparedness, Continuity, & Contingency PlanningBusiness Continuity
Continuity of Operations
Plans vs. Playbooks
Program Development, Assessment & Staff ManagementEMS System Design and Development
Training and Exercise Program Design and Development
Agile vs. Adaptive Program Dynamics
ResilienceContinuity vs. Resilience
Complex Coordinated Attacks
Workplace SafetyWorkplace Violence Prevention
Active Shooter / Active Assailant Prevention and Preparedness
SummaryAaron is an internationally recognized authority on risk, crisis, and consequence management. Working with clients and partners in 48 US States and Territories and across 10 Countries and Nations, he applies operational experience from a 30-year career in incident and crisis management to deliver clear and practical insights into the value of the hard work of prevention and preparedness over the semi-controlled chaos of responding to disruption and disaster. He speaks to operational and executive audiences worldwide about the challenges of identifying, assessing, and managing risk of all shapes and sizes while preparing to do more than “Survive the Surprise” when those efforts are not enough.
As a Senior Principal with Dynamis, Inc., a NATO Civil Subject Expert in national training and exercise programs, and the Founder of One Thirty Nine Consulting, Aaron builds and leads teams to explore the challenges of managing risk, crisis, and consequence across the globe. His recent work includes addressing challenges associated with Insider Threat, Workplace Violence, Communicable Disease and Bioterrorism, CBRN Consequence Management, and Business Continuity program development.
Before becoming frustrated with the status quo of emergency management and disaster response operations and becoming a consultant to drive change, Aaron was the Director of Operations for a commercial ambulance and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider in western New York State, leading a distributed team of medical, transportation, and communications professionals providing emergency and non-emergency services across a multi-county region. Aaron was responsible for coordinating and integrating organizational disaster response operations following the 9/11 attacks and serving as a member of the command staff for the Louisiana Bureau of Emergency Medical Services Tactical Operations Center during the 2005 responses to hurricanes Katrina and Rita. He continues to satisfy his passion for prehospital emergency medicine as a volunteer paramedic in Rappahannock County, Virginia.
Aaron is a National Registry Paramedic and a Master Exercise Practitioner. He received his Masters of Public Administration with a focus in Emergency Management from Jacksonville State University and his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University.
Highlights- Specialist in “messy medicine”, including hazardous materials, tactical, and disaster medical operations.
- Lead author for the CISA Insider Threat Mitigation Guide published in November, 2020.
- Featured speaker on Consequence Management, including multi-disciplinary coordination managing catastrophic conditions.
- National speaker on Active Shooter / Active Assailant preparedness.
- Feedback from recent engagements:
- “...Mr. Marks made the material relatable to [our] personnel and took the day of Consequence Management in a clear and comfortable
-“This was an exceptional input from Mr. Marks who provided a detailed and informative presentation. I particularly liked his delivery
which was detailed and engaging.”
-“This was so far my favorite lecture. It was engaging and the lecturer was knowledgeable.”
May Waive FeeYes
- Breakout Session
- Planning/Meeting Facilitation
- Remote/Webinar/Live Video
Cancellation PolicyFlexible: Full refund up to 3 day prior to event, except fees (travel and service)
Price Range$0 To $10000
Events Last Year 0
|Event Title||Event Date||Location|
|NATO CBRN Consequence Management Course||November 26, 2021||Consequence Management, Consequence Management Following a CHEM Incident|
|Active Assailant Prevention and Preparedness||January 20, 2022||CISA Active Assailant Webinar|
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